Golden Gate Bridge

One of the best bridges in the world. Breathtaking views, refreshing breeze, great place to hangout with family and friends. The bridge has a great history - this is the must visit during your visit to the West coast. Magnificent orange color stands out in the midst of the ocean. You can cover this on foot, bicycle or open buses - you will love it in all the forms.
One of those iconic landmarks that is part of our consciousness. It's like meeting an old friend that turns out to be more magnificent than you anticipated. A really wonderful piece of human engineering. In case you are were wondering, I really enjoyed meeting this bridge. Brilliant.
Breathtaking views. Super helpful team at the info building, with phone charges!!! (No iPhone charger but you can use your own). And reasonably priced souvenirs which is nice. A bit more out the way than I expected... But SF is a lot bigger than I expected too!
Came to San Francisco and just had to do the tourist thing. We both walked across it and took a boat tour which got us under the bridge. I'd recommend the boat tour. It gives a better sense of scale and your vacation photos will be slightly more unique and filled with less tourist.
Good place to visit and hangout with family and friends. The “Golden Gate” refers to the strait through which boats go to enter the Bay. It was originally named by U.S. army officer John Fremont in 1846.
The hills surroundings the bridge are themselves golden in color much of the year and when the sun is at the right angle it has an extremely beautiful golden glow. The bridge is simply the bridge that spans the Golden Gate Strait.
The Golden Gate bridge is regularly painted. Every state in the United States has a bridge maintenance and inspection plan.
When built, it was the bridge with the longest span bridge in the world till 1964. Now it is the ninth-longest suspension bridge in the world. It is famous for its extraordinary design.
One can swim, across the strait but completely at one's own risk. One can come in at Fort Baker on the North side or at Ft Point on the South. Both are rocky entries and you should visit and enter them during daylight.